[LAU] Patching linux 184.108.40.206
matt at smiffytech.com
Thu Aug 21 06:10:20 EDT 2008
> I'm trying to patch the linux kernel version 220.127.116.11 with the rt-patch. But
> there's only a patch for 2.6.26. It's not working very well. Because some
> changes were already taken into the kernel. Which command should I use to do
> the patch properly. Or should I stop patching all together? Or is there another
> experimental place to get newer rt-patches.
I had this all bookmarked a couple of weeks ago, but deleted them when I
got my system working :(
The easiest way to get your kernel patched correctly is to use ketchup -
not the regular ketchup, but one that understands the RT patches.
Here's the RT-aware ketchup:
Have a read of the RT wiki:
I think you are right - there doesn't appear to be a patch against
18.104.22.168 yet; I would advise that you get ketchup to build you
2.6.23-rt1 to start with.
You would probably benefit from joining the linux-rt-users mailing list
(I did!). Details on at vger.kernel.org:
Hope this helps!
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